Botsford Center for Health Im-
Network in Novi. Call (810) 477-
Tri-County Celiac Sprue Support
Group is an organization for per-
sons who have been diagnosed
with celiac spree and dermatitis
herpetiformis, their families,
spouses and friends. Monthly
meetings include information on
gluten-free foods, label reading,
recipe sharing, taste testing,
ideas for children and informa-
tion from professionals. The next
meeting will be held 7:30 Sept.
12 at the Southfield Presbyter-
ian Church. Call K. Davis at
(810) 332-2938 or Marsha Camp-
bell at (810) 477-5953.
Cranbrook Hospice Care and St.
Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ponti-
ac are cosponsoring "I Need Help
Too," a support group for persons
caring for a loved one who is se-
riously ill or dying. Meetings are
held the first and third Wednes-
day of the month. On the first
Wednesday, meetings are from
7 to 8 p.m. and on the third
Wednesday, the group meets
from 1 to 2 p.m. Call Christine
at (810) 334-6700.
The Marty Stella Walk For the
Cure to benefit diabetes research
through the Juvenile Diabetes
Foundation will be held on Sept.
18 at the GM Tech Center in
Warren. Walkers, runners,
bikers, roller-bladers and skaters
can phone the JDF office at
(810) 569-CURE for more infor-
Volunteers are needed to assist
with a variety of resident pro-
grams — including bingo excur-
sions and special events — at
Botsford Continuing Health Cen-
ter. For more information, call
Lyn Semeyn at (810) 477-7400.
Beaumont's delivering a new
FAMILY BIRTH CENTER!
Due date: Sept. 26, 1994
We talked to moms and dads, nurses and doctors about
what our Family Birth Center should be. We came
up with a center that offers the amenities of home
and the expertise of top obstetrical, pediatric
and newborn specialists.
Moms labor, deliver and recover in their
own private LDR room, decorated in warm
pastels. Mom and baby can then spend the
rest of their stay in one of our comfortable
new rooms. Designed with home in mind,
our rooms have full-size bathrooms,
hardwood floors, a television, refrigerator
and comfortable rocker-recliner for Dad.
All the comforts of home, with the assurance
of excellent medical care and capabilities.
That's Beaumont, Royal Oak ...
Michigan's most comprehensive
in one convenient location.
The Rainbow Connection, a
Michigan nonprofit corporation
that grants the wishes of chil-
dren with chronic and life-threat-
ening illnesses, is looking for
volunteers for upcoming events.
The next monthly meeting will
be held 11 a.m. to noon Sept. 24
at the Rainbow Connection of-
fices in downtown Rochester.
Call (810) 651-1261.
The Sinai Hospital Center for
Ophthalmic Research and De-
velopment is conducting a study
of clinical tests which reveal the
early effects of glaucoma on vi-
sual functions. People with no
family history of glaucoma and
those with uncomplicated early-
stage primary, open-angle glau-
coma are needed for this study.
Only one eye will be tested.
For information, call (313) 493-
YOU'RE INVITED to a special
open house for Beaumont, Royal Oak's
new Family Birth Center.
Come and see our newest delivery!
DATE: Saturday, Sept. 24
William Beaumont Hospital
TIME: 1 - 4 p.m.